An 18 year-old suspect was arrested Tuesday (5/23) night in connection to a Breckenridge County home invasion.
According to the Breckinridge County Sheriff’s Department, 18 year-old Tayis Mills was arrested by Muldraugh Police on a Breckinridge County warrant related to charges of complicity to commit murder; burglary first degree; theft by unlawful taking $500 or more; and two counts of wanton endangerment first degree. Police sought the charges after two white men broke into a home in the 1100 block of Guston-Bewleyville Road on May 18.
The suspects entered the back door of the home and demanded money while one of them brandished and pointed a pistol at them. The two then fled the property with a shot gun, knife, and two of the victims’s cell phones. The two were chased into the wooded area by the victim and witnesses who say that at least two shots were fired at them. The two men managed to get away and were picked up by someone in a small red truck. Police believe Mills was the driver of the truck.
Christian Cundiff, 18 of Brandenburg, was arrested for burglary first degree; theft by unlawful taking, wanton endangerment first degree, and attempted Murder. Cundiff was later located and arrested at a Radcliff gas station.
Mills lodged in the Meade County Detention Center and was released on bond on Wednesday (5/24).